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Impact Funding Framework – Application Top Tips Webinar

Tue, February 27, 2024
until Tue, February 27, 2024

Join us for a Q&A session on applying to the Impact Funding Framework. 

Are you planning to apply to the Impact Funding Framework? Want to know how to draft a strong proposal?

We're hosting an interactive webinar training session on the application process on the 27th of February 2024. We'll share lessons and tips from the first application window to help you build your next proposal.

The session will be part presentation and open Q&A. Please note we are unable to comment on individual proposal ideas in detail. We look forward to seeing you online! 

About the Impact Funding Framework

We’ve launched a competitive, open Impact Funding Framework to promote ambitious, long-term collaboration that will lead to food systems change to benefit us all. In order for our co-investment to have a real impact, we’re looking for proposals from consortia based around lead organisations who can work effectively, move quickly, and are supported by high-quality research, communications and impact assessment expertise. 

The funding is focussed on two separate areas – larger-scale collaborative programmes, and innovative single projects. The next submission deadline is 14 March 2024, 12:00 CET.

Collaborative Missions Programme Funding

We want to co-fund and co-resource alliances and collaborative programmes designed to: 

  • Improve the impact of diet on obesity and non-communicable disease  
  • Reduce food-system-related environmental harms  
  • Deal with the threats posed by food integrity and complex supply chains 

As well as connecting key stakeholders, from companies and research organisations to social enterprises and regions, your programme should engage beneficiaries, whether people, business or organisations, with clearly defined impact needs. 

Single Project Funding

We’re also looking for innovative solutions to some of the most urgent challenges in skills, innovation, business creation and public engagement. These projects should be fast-paced in terms of getting the solutions where they’re needed most. 

We’ve identified three priority areas where we feel we can best deliver long-term impact: 

  • Protein Diversification: bringing protein diversification to the mainstream
  • Regenerative Agriculture: enabling farmers to lead the transition to Net Zero
  • Labelling, Packaging & Transparency: empowering people in their food choices

Whether commercial projects or not-for-profit interventions, the focus should be on delivering real-world benefits through innovation, education and entrepreneurship. You’ll also need wider customer/citizen/public engagement to show how you’ll deliver economic and/or social value where it’s most needed.  

How to register?

Click on the link to sign up for the webinar and join us online. After completing the registration, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link.

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